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, you go on the sidelines. the united states of america, where we prize progress and growth, we have a law in place in a makes it a crime in terms of cost, if you have more than 50 people starting a business and putting people who want to work full time into part-time jobs. the shocker, which lizzyed touched on, is median income the united states is down 5% since the so-called recovery. that never happened before. >> neil: it's interesting in a push to double the minimum wage, they didn't have to worry about healthcare, bosses might be more open to raising it but the cost of shuffling. >> prosperity is the greatest raiser of wages. in every recovery and expansion in the past, median incomes have gone up. this is a exception. >> neil: prior economic cycles, and you've been through a couple as young as you are. >> thank you. >> do we always see disproportionate am of part time versus full time? three out of four jobs we see are added to the economy are part time. that -- while that varies month to month, it's been fairly consistent. >> we've never seen that on this scale in the past. l
america was losing its pull in the middle east. today the saudis proved it because while we're debating whether to pull aid from egypt here the saudis promising them a blank check, and as we cut aid to cairo, riyadh will make up the difference. the saudis want the muslim brotherhood out of egypt just as much as the government-backed military does and they're spare nothing expense to help make it possible and this isn't just about the saudis. israel also supports the crackdown of the military, eric says when it comes to our waning influence, a very sorry state. we have very few in our neighborhood now. bottom line, eric, our friends, quasi-friends, aren't exactly heeding our friendly advice. >> basically our influence in the middle east in egypt in particular, is out the window. as you said, israel, the saudis, jordan, all telling us, please, back the egyptian military. the muslim brotherhood are the original islamic terrorist group. they spawned al qaeda, created hamas. they are inherently antiamerican. so i have to shake my head and pull my hair out, why are we backing this group? a w
they can participate in the economic promise of america. so that they can have their hopes and dreams, and we want to have some discipline on the side of people who depend on the government, but we also have to help them to come across that bridge so they can join in the american system. that's why we need economic growth in this country. that's why we need a flexible k through 12 education system to answer kid's parks -- kids' passions rather than dropping out, and it's our responsibility to help those people who live in the shadows. i think it makes great common sense and that is what america is about. >> neil: are you surprised by the vitriol who have gotten, make sure you're not re-elected? >> neil, neil, i don't get a lot of vitriol. because when you sit down -- >> neil: governor, i can't repeat what some of these guys said. i'm bag gentleman. >> well, neil, you said it earlier. i don't pay much attention to polls. i really don't. of you do that yours play politics and don't solve problems. some people are angry. some get paid to be angry. that's just the way it is. but the avera
to destroy the 40 hour work week in america which is the institution of building the middle class. the very thing president obama wants to fix he is going destroy, unintentionally, but that's the consequence of obamacare. >> neil: you're getting into the whole jobs thing on lab you're day -- labor day weekend. thank you very much. >> have a great weekend: >> neil: all right. the president keeps saying that republicans can't whine about his health care law because they have no plan of their own. this republican begs begs to di. guess what? he does have a plan and it's working fine. the indiana governor on what he calls the cure to obama care on fbn, 8:00 p.m. >> demand it. it? >> neil: slush fund for spying. proof it won't be dying anytime soon? but let's be ready. ♪ let's do our homework. ♪ let's look out for each other. let's look both ways before crossing. ♪ let's remember what's important. let's be optimistic. but just in case -- let's be ready. let'go places, safely. like carpools... polly wants to know if we can pick her up. yeah, we can make room. yeah. [ male announcer ] ...off
the capable and is gathering information on every phone call made in america, you're concerned how that could be used not just by the government but by individuals working for the government, and by somebody who all of a sudden may decide to politically target people. that's a legitimate concern. so, again, i'm not -- i don't think we should trivialize the debate beyond the personalities involved. it's a very significant balancing act. these are important programs. we have to be able to do some of this and figure out how to do it in a way that americans have more conversation, and a lot of that starts by leadership. when you have reports that the irs targeted americans that undermines the confidence. >> neil: up sos like you're slightly more to the side of the libertarian thinking on this. protect us bus not at the expense of going too far. >> i think we have to be able to do both. >> neil: i understand that. the reason why i even mention it is that there's been some shifting on your part, or so it would appear, on a couple of key issues, from immigration reform to obamacare and maybe defundi
. the tea party supporters kick off the exempt america tour in kentucky and this tea partier says she won't back down until she gets what she wants. jenny, what would that be? >> we want to get the same exemptions that big business is getting, that congress and their staff are getting. we want to be exempted from obamacare. >> neil: okay. you're putting the pedal to the metal on the speaker of the house and the senate minority leader. >> if they don't go along with it, the most important thing is we're holding them accountable and doing everything we can to get them to fund the entire government in the upcoming continuing resolution and not fund obamacare. and that is all that we're asking for. and if they don't, then we'll come back and see what happens. i've been told by people across the country, they feel like if congressman or senator voted against this law when it first went through and then turn around and vote to fund it, it's like voting for it, voting against it before they were for it. >> neil: i see your point. they counter, that is those who see the law for what it, like it o
justice. think about it. he died that way. a theme this president is continuing today. to hear america's first african-american governor tell it, we have certainly come a long way, and we have a long way to go. as martin luther king paved the way for an african-american president, this man i guess sort of hit the skids. virginia's former democratic governor with us. governor, it's a real pleasure to have you. >> neil, good to be with you. >> you talk about this sort of weird juxtaposition between looking at the advancement and improvement we've made on things like racial equality, but not when it comes to just economic quality and the president himself mentioned it and said this is something party and generations have done. what is it that we can't budge? first of all, king's dream was based on the opportunity made available for people to live the american dream. consequently, the key at that time for all persons involved with the civil rights leadership was education. he felt if you could unlock the door, it would open other doors to advancement. unfortunately in today's economy, we f
moved es, straight to chicago. d america is the only country i have ever known. senior year of high school, i was promoted to city court staff commander, i held the rank of cadet brigadier general. i was head of chicago rotc. i want to be a us citizen and i want to be a marine, i'm gonna be a marine, because i care. i care about this country. i care about those around me, i care about my family, my neighbors. you know, i do want to give back, i believe one hundred percent in what this country stands for. let me earn it, you know, let me serve. i just want an opportunity, i just want a chance. to, to show everyone out there that, i am, american and that i will honorably serve this country wearing a marine corp uniform. i appreciate the kind introduction. >> hillary camp fired up over anthony weiner tripping up. >> do you know what her role in hillary's 2016 campaign will be? >> i do. >> what will it be? >> i'm not telling. >> weiner said he was kidding when he talked about his wife's future gig. so much for the clintons staying away from the race. >> we are 100 miles from that race a
and this is the one we have provided the american people. i'm saying, america, this is your constitution, your country, look at it. the amendments i propose, every single one of them has strong scholarship behind them complain whats i believe the framers would have considered, and i am not saying i have unassailable knowledge. the point is there is no other way to address it. if there is, somebody tell me what it is. electing another president doesn't affect reform on the supreme court. electing a new congress dunce affect reform with you have a president fundamentally transforming america, and an elected republican president doesn't inform what is going on in congress. we the people, through the constitution, through the amendment process, which is legitimate and judicious, we should consider that. >> neil: let me ask you something. reading your books, you're a great writer, obvious live very smart. knoll the constitution through and through. then i hear your radio show where you rev it up a notch and yell and scream -- >> called passion. >> neil: i love it. i think it's very entertaining. but is tha
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-- >> neil: they're expanding this to bank of america. what are they waiting for? >> the statute of limitation is coming down. they're not going after the individual -- >> neil: anyone going after the government, the people who came up with the community reinvest investment act and taking housing from being a goal to -- >> that was two books ago. what made wall street take so much risk and maybe -- and then maybe there was crimes in how they disclosed that risk. it was really government. government provided the underpinnings for the financial crisis. we should -- >> neil: the government wanted more folks to get homes. >> what was wall street really chasing when it was trying to put together all these bonds that were packed with mortgagages? they were chasing the money being made by fannie and freddie, which were quasi-government institutions, which by the way can operate and finance those sleazy securities they were putting together as very cheaply because they can borrow like the federal government. >> neil: looking into the fact the government said you have to be lehning more,
vulnerable america is around the world and especially in muslim lands, to get adhere yeps to join into the -- to join al qaeda. >> neil: when you shut down your embassies the have the edge on you. we'll keep an eye on this. >>> why would this picture be the latest sign of trouble for the president's healthcare already. dr. ben carson, he knows, and the doctor is in. [ heart beating, monitor beeping ] woman: what do you mean, homeowners insurance doesn't cover floods? [ heart rate increases ] man: a few inches of water caused all this? [ heart rate increases ] woman #2: but i don't even live near the water. what you don't know about flood insurance may shock you -- including the fact that a preferred risk policy starts as low as $129 a year. for an agent, call the number that appears on your screen. >> a-rod is saying no way. we're getting word alex rodriguez plans to appeal the suspension that would effectively take him off the diamond the rest of this baseball season but nebraska -- next year as well. by the time he would return under the best of circumstances he would be approac
state of mind. you hit a ship, buildings, embassy, a lot of large targets that say, america. >> neil: amazing. in the meantime, is leno the way to go in the mid of 0 this? after the president departs phoenix he is headed to hollywood and jay's couch. democratic strategist says calm down, the timing couldn't be better. scotty, you don't like this why? >> well, tonight marks the sixth appearance of barack obama on the jay leno tonight show which sets a record, and add that in with his appearances on other night shows and michelle's appearance on the oscars and i'm beginning to the president is the entertainer in chief rather than the commander in chief. >> neil: i have no problem with the president doing these unique interviews, doing zillow.com to talk about housing. i guess what i do agree with is the timing of all of this. now the time to be doing it, especially if, god forbid, something bad were to happen and in retrospect we're seeing him cub bitting with jay leno on the tonight show. >> well, neil, if you watched our channel today you have seen a lot of information out there abou
on corporate america, in ways, you don't even know. >> you have a subpoena power, believe it or not. it's candidate of scary. look what happened. dick got paid a lot of money, new york stock exchange was a nonprofit. theoretically the attorney general of new york can claw that back that money because charities are nonprofits. but it's supposed done for charities, not for clubs of rich guys. >> neil: and he lost. >> he got the money back and given the rich money. given stated taxpayer money. why did he go after them for this county. >> these financial guys are not hedging their bets or taking chances. they are putting a lot of money into stopping it, right? >> they are holding back right now. they don't want to be, i think wall street has a bad reputation particularly in new york city. typical democratic voter wants to be known in bed with wall street. in this stated it's pretty liberal. >> neil: you are getting some interesting tidbits on who is next chairman? >> we know there is a race between larry summerers and janet young, vice president of the fed currently and odds on favorite. be
and explain america's position. >> neil: what if they really hate each other? what does that prove? >> that obama would be interested in protecting the united states. i think for my mind that would be an important step forward. and i also think that part of this lesson is obama has been more than willing, with his party and with the republicans, to poke their fingers in the eyes of the russians, over inconsequential things. organized crime in the soviet union. gay rights in the soviet union. of what you think of the russians are doing, it's the russians' business, not ours. part of the problem with the snowden thing, putin got chance to put fairway back in our eye for all the gratuitous times we have done it to him. >> neil: he is obviously going to respond. what do you think it will be? >> i think he has done it already. snowden is a real problem for the united states and i think he caused us a lingering problem. we don't know what snowden has, how much more he will release. i think this is an issue that should have been done much more quietly than we tried to do it. >> neil: you
to the communities, to the neighborhoods of america. >> you know, senator, as we approach the 50th anniversary of martin luther king's speech, before the lincoln memorial, al sharpton, among others, leading a rally of his own, arguing the government has to do more. what do you think of that. >> i think that jobs and education are the two pillars of the american dream. if we are going to do more about jobs and education, that's fine. but to give more to the tragedy, the recent tragedy, that's a perfect example of what happens when government gives everyone their food, their housing, their clothing. they have nothing to do. they just sit around, play some violent video games and then go out and kill people. i mean, it's a tragedy. and it is a tragedy that is predictable when you do everything for people, when they have nothing to do for themselves. they don't have to pick up a fork or a knife even. >> you do have an uphill battle ahead of you. i think you're more than up for that challenge. senator, always a pleasure. thank you, sir. >> thank you. >>> you know what, his scandal never just went a
just came back from the middle east last week. our credibility -- america's credibility and this president's credibility in the middle east is zero. not close to zero. it is absolutely zero, and as we dither around on this, particularly when he drew the reed line, probably withoutughte ramifications, he drew that red line. the red line has been crossed as least once, maybe two or three times, and here we are, the world watching, about to do maybe nothing. >> neil: you think when he made that report he really thought that not only would he not have to follow up on it, he didn't think there were chemical weapons? >> i think he believed there were chemical weapons. u.s. intelligence has known that. i have to wonder if he was thinking i'm the president of the united states. if i draw the redline, who will cross it? it appears that assad has crossed it. >> neil: colonel, thank you very much. >>> is this -- who is funding these fast-food worker protests today? well, that may be --... hi, i'm terry and i have diabetic nerve pain. it's hard to describe, because you have a numbne
bolling. it is 5:00. this is "the five." the debate over racial profiling in america was reignited with the trayvon martin case and the uproar over stand your ground laws. now another law is coming under intense national scrutiny and that is stop and frisk. last week, a federal judge banned new york police department from using the crime fighting tool, saying it targets minorities, yesterday, trayvon martin's mother and the head of the naacp got in
of america's debt through s&p because of the bad budget deal that we cut by raising the debt ceiling and not having appropriate spending cuts to go along with it. you remember the supercommittee and they didn't come up with the cuts and then the sequester. s&p has now been joined by moody's and fitch saying, look, if we can't see a credible plan to reduce these deficits, then we're going to have no choice but to downgrade you. we went from aaa to aa-plus, neil. >> craig, i don't think that bothers -- i really don't think it bothers them because the stigma ended when the scarlet letter was removed. in other words, and the jinx was up. s&p said, look, you're no longer aaa. people realize after that, all right, we're no longer aaa. what's bad about that is we sort of set our aspirations lower and we sort of acted that way. >> well, maybe so, but perception, you know, may sometimes be stronger than reality. but ultimately reality kicks in. look, we've already seen the treasury bills up -- or the 10-year note up a full percent. that's a big cost to us financing this $17 trillion. we don't
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